It seems a Pantifa support group called Riot Kitchen 206 got busted in Kenosha, Wisconsin the other day. Per the police, they were in possession of gas masks, protective vests, illegal fireworks, and suspected controlled substances. Oh, and apparently lots of gasoline.
Notably, this was a joint local police/ US Marshals operation. Yes, the feds.
Normally, when a non-profit organization‘s people get caught traveling interstate to conduct or support unlawful activities, the organization should disavow the acts of the individuals. It shoud declare that they were not acting on behalf of the organization. Suspending them pending investigation might be wise.
You certainly should not skip all that and go straight to claiming them as your own.
One more time: An official non-profit organization traveling interstate for unlawful purposes busted by the feds.
I smell RICO.
It is unlawful for anyone employed by or associated with any enterprise engaged in, or the activities of which affect, interstate or foreign commerce, to conduct or participate, directly or indirectly, in the conduct of such enterprise’s affairs through a pattern of racketeering activity or collection of unlawful debt. 18 U.S.C.A. § 1962(c) (West 1984).
No doubt they figured the feds would ignore them; that the FBI would concentrate on the fake Trump/Putin conspracy theory du jour, that the Dems would continue to cover for them. Clearly, they did not get the memo that their BS is hurting Dems in the polls; that it’s time to exercise a little discretion.
And just as clearly, they have no competent legal advisers.
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